Aspirin May Lower Colon Cancer Risk

According to a new study, aspirin may lower the risk of many types of colon cancer. People who take aspirin twice a week may be 27% less likely to suffer from colon cancer. Although the drug has beneficial side effects for preventing colon cancer, experts say that it is not the safest way to prevent cancer. Aspirin has many negative side effects such as higher risks of gastrointestinal complications. The study’s researcher, Dr. Andrew T. Chan suggests talking with your doctor if interested in taking daily/weekly aspirin. More here

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